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Title

Las Reglas del Juego: Consideraciones Críticas sobre Radical Hermeneutics de John Caputo

AuthorsPeña, Lorenzo
KeywordsJohn Caputo
Reglas
Pensamiento racional
Constreñimientos
Situaciones límite
Rules
Rational thought
Constraints
Limit situations
Issue Date1991
PublisherCESI-JESPRE
CitationPensamiento Nº 187 (Madrid: julio-sept. 1991), pp. 313-322.
AbstractJohn Caputo has claimed that in limit situations playfulness breaks through as the abyssal ground of our being, thus showing reason to be what freely enacts any rules. As against such a view I argue that there are bound to be some rules any rational thought stands by. Now, we need ceaselessly to sift the entrenched beliefs about what is to count as a rational rule, since established standards and institutions quite often are nothing else but unduly stiff, narrow-minded constraints which, to that extent, depart from what alone is entitled to hold sway over rational thought in general.
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/9713
ISSN0031-4749
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